Cables and Cable Clips

All professional-quality CCTV systems are connected by cable.  Wireless connections are simply not reliable enough to carry the large amount of data involved.  Analogue systems, including HD-over-analogue such as HD-TVI, commonly use balanced 75 ohm co-axial cable known as RG59.  There is also a version of RG59 known as Composite or Shotgun whic...

All professional-quality CCTV systems are connected by cable.  Wireless connections are simply not reliable enough to carry the large amount of data involved.  Analogue systems, including HD-over-analogue such as HD-TVI, commonly use balanced 75 ohm co-axial cable known as RG59.  There is also a version of RG59 known as Composite or Shotgun which has 2 extra cores for the power supply to the camera.  It should also be noted that analogue systems can also use unbalanced cable such as CAT5/6 or even telephone or alarm cable with the addition of Baluns.

IP CCTV systems use CAT5/6 cable to connect the cameras to the Network Video Recorder (NVR).  The majority of NVRs have PoE switches built in which power suitable PoE enabled IP cameras to be powered directly from the NVR over the CAT5/6 cable.

Whichever cable is used it should be high quality solid copper.  This is especially important over long distances.

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